Sunday, September 16, 2012

Beautiful Fall Morning In Tucson

It is very nice and dry and clear morning here in Tucson. View of the Catalinas above from campus at 7:11 am MST. The PW has gone down during the past five days (see time-series below) and is now around or below half an inch and the summer storm season is history, as per comment on one of the posts earlier this week. The RAOB data has been very close to the GPS values, and even a bit too wet on a couple of days. TS Kristy managed to get low 60 dewpoints into Yuma over night but that's about it from that storm. Was very pleasant here at house at sunrise, with a low temperature this morning of 53F.

Weather focus next few days will be on a strong cold front that will bring Fall-type conditions to much of the central and eastern portions of the country, particularly in the Great Lakes Region.

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